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Thermaltake Dragon Orb 478

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Yodums

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Re: great fan not the best but still good results

ac3wooddog said:
great fan not the best but still good results

Can you elaborate abit? He might wanna know what are the pros and cons.
 

flounder43

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It is huge and heavy. Reviews are available if you do a google search, or if you were to search here for "dragon orb". I personally don't think much of it.
 

Yodums

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flounder43 said:
It is huge and heavy. Reviews are available if you do a google search, or if you were to search here for "dragon orb". I personally don't think much of it.

Well even if its a Orb, the design and copper didn't make it look too bad, and this is the P4 verison, so I was wondering if it'd cool it. The price isn't that bad either 29.99 USD.
 
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rlemieux

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Havent overclocked it yet. Was just curious what others would say about it before I overclocked it. Infact I already bought a Volcano 7+ to replace it, just heard it was much better.
 
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rlemieux

rlemieux

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Sorry meant to put that in. Its about 48-49 degress celcius at full load thats not overclocked.
 

flounder43

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rlemieux said:
Havent overclocked it yet. Was just curious what others would say about it before I overclocked it. Infact I already bought a Volcano 7+ to replace it, just heard it was much better.
Update us on what you think of the 7+ when you get it, please.